CHICO, Calif. - A Chico synagogue held a vigil Sunday evening to remember the 11 people that died during the tragic Pittsburgh shooting Saturday.
The vigil was held at the Congregation Beth Israel Chico at 7 p.m. where people from all faiths could attend to pray, sing and mourn the victims.
Numerous church leaders from the North State attended the event including Chico Police Chief Mike O' Brien.
People had the chance to take a stone and saying a blessing out loud or silent and put it in a bowl.
As well as light a candle and express their feelings about the tragedy towards the Jewish community.
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